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DataSpeak. Contextual Analysis, Part 1: A Tool for Understanding Disparities in Preterm Birth. May 16, 2007. Previous Events. Archives Available at: www.mchb.hrsa.gov/mchirc/dataspeak 2007 Series: New Findings from the National Survey of Children’s Health (February ’07) 2006 Series:

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  1. DataSpeak Contextual Analysis, Part 1: A Tool for Understanding Disparities in Preterm Birth May 16, 2007

  2. Previous Events Archives Available at: www.mchb.hrsa.gov/mchirc/dataspeak 2007 Series: • New Findings from the National Survey of Children’s Health (February ’07) 2006 Series: • Addressing Disparities in Perinatal Health and Birth Outcomes (May ’06) • Understanding Disparities in Perinatal Health and Birth Outcomes (May ’06) • Child Death Review: Using Data to Understand Why Children Die and Taking Action to Prevent Child Deaths (Feb. ’06)

  3. Today’s Presenters • Mary Kay Kenney, Ph.D., Health Statistician, Health Resources and Services Administration’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Office of Data and Program Development. • Jennifer Culhane, Ph.D., MPH, Associate Professor, Drexel University College of Medicine and Drexel University School of Public Health.

  4. Technical Difficulties • If you have Web-related technical difficulties, call technical support at 877-867-7300 to troubleshoot your difficulties. • If the slides are not advancing, please restart your browser and log back in. • If you experience difficulty with the audio stream, you may access the audio via phone at 800-263-8506, and use the password “DataSpeak.” Please Note: if you change your audio source, close your browser and log back in, selecting the new audio source to ensure proper slide timing.

  5. Question & Answer Period • On the Phone? • Press *1 to indicate that you have a question. (If your question has been answered, press *2 to exit the queue). • On the Web? • Click the “In Writing” button at the bottom of your screen under the heading “communicate with lecturer.” If you are not on the phone, and wish to ask a question verbally, dial 800-263-8506 and use the password “DataSpeak” to connect.

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